KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/31/2020

High School Sports – Wednesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


Fond du Lac 61, West Bend East 58

–Drew Dickmann scored 21 points to lead the Cardinals in the win

St. Mary’s Springs 66, St. Thomas More 40

–Josiah Moul scored 20 points for the Ledgers in the win

Omro 72, Waupun 67

Sheboygan Lutheran 91, Mayville 63

Girls Basketball: 


De Pere 75, Fond du Lac 31

–Brooklyn Wood scored 10 points to lead the Cardinals in the loss

St. Mary’s Springs 64, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 21

–Sydney Pitz scored 20 points to lead the Ledgers in the win

Winnebago Lutheran 62, Campbellsport 39

Laconia 60, Valders 40

New Holstein 57, Oconto Falls 46

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 5, Janesville 3

St. Mary’s Springs 7, Wausau West 1

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

#25 Ohio State 90, Nebraska 54

Indiana 87, Penn State 85 (OT)


Miami 119, Milwaukee 108

–Giannis Antetokounmpo recorded a triple-double – 26 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists, but the Bucks fell in the second game of a back-to-back with the Heat in Miami Wednesday night. One night after making an NBA record 29 three pointers, the Bucks made 16 threes in the loss. Milwaukee hosts Chicago on New Years Day. 

College Football: 

Duke’s Mayo Bowl: 

Wisconsin 42, Wake Forest 28

Cotton Bowl: 

#6 Oklahoma 55, #7 Florida 20

Sports Headlines: 

>>#7Bucky Hosts #24 Goldy In Men’s Basketball

(Madison, WI)  —  The number-24 Minnesota Golden Gophers ride a three-game win streak into today’s (Thursday 3:30 p-m) game at seventh-ranked Wisconsin.  The high-scoring Gophers face a Badgers defense that is allowing a Big Ten-low 60-point-six points per game.  Minnesota put up 102 points against Iowa and 86 versus Michigan State.  Gopher point guard Marcus Carr is averaging 24 points, six-point-one assists and three-point-eight rebounds.  Seven-foot center Liam Robbins leads the conference with two-point-six in blocked shots per night.  The Badgers and Gophers split two games last season.

>>Wisconsin Women’s Hoops Travels to #16 Michigan Thursday

(Ann Arbor, MI)  —  The Wisconsin women’s basketball team is playing a New Year’s Eve matinee (Thursday 11:30 am) at number-16 Michigan.  The Badgers are still looking for their first Big Ten win following a pair of losses to Iowa and Rutgers.  This is the first conference game of the season for the 5-and-0 Wolverines.  Michigan’s scheduled matchups with Illinois and Penn State were postponed.